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By Roland Costea, Cybersecurity & Privacy Leader

Build Security Incident Response for GDPR data protection

Language: English
All Levels

Course description

FREE GDPR and Incident Response Templates & Documentation  - Practical GDPR and Incident Response Blueprint

Take Security Incident Response approach in order to cover the Data Breach process required by GDPR Data Privacy Protection .

UPDATE: 8.5 hours of content


In this course you will learn what Security Incident Response is and how it relates to GDPR Data Privacy, and if you are used to my style, you will do it from 3 perspective: theory, processes and technology.

You will be able to apply our security methodologies, security frameworks and security processes for your own environment.

The course is a complete A to Z, so we will cover everything that you need to know. In this way, we will first understand Security Incident Response challenges, difference between a NOC and a SOC (Security Operation Center) and how the latest can help in defining the Security Incident Response Process.  We will follow up with GDPR Data Protection & Privacy relation and the impact of GDPR to Security Incident Response for any organization. We will learn about methodologies, frameworks, playbooks, we will draft 2 procedures and we will see how technology can help us in the roadmap.

And all of these are separate resources that you will get!

In the end, I will give an incredible collection of incident response free tools and resources I have build during time and i will teach how malware works, especially in the financial market.

The course is delivered in a mix of over the shoulder lessons and powerpoint presentations. So, either I show you clicks on the screen and how exactly you do different actions, or I present you the full concept using slides. On top of that, you will get downloadable resources that will help you in your journey.

I strongly recommend that you go through every lecture one time and then go back to the beginning and start to take action – in this way everything will get much more sense.

As a student of this course, you will also get regular updates and access to new additional lectures as they are added.

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Course overview - 85

  • Welcome &Intro

  • Set your expectations

  • A first touch of what you will really get from this course

  • Course Resources

  • What is Incident Response and why do I need it

  • Incident Response Team

  • Incident Response Process and Procedures

  • Types of Security Incidents

  • Incident Response Tools - general

  • What is a SIEM?

  • Incident Response Training

  • What is automation in incident response

  • What is a NOC?

  • What is a SOC?

  • Integrated NOC and SOC

  • Mission, Team and Required Training

  • Types of SOC

  • Building a SOC

  • Cheat Sheets to help you in configuring your systems

  • GDPR intro

  • GDPR effects on Incident Response

  • How to create an effective Incident Response plan

  • GDPR Incident Response Process

  • Lets draft the IRM Procedure

  • How to treat data breaches

  • IRM1 - Worm Infection

  • IRM2 - Windows Intrusion

  • IRM3 - Unix_Linux Intrusion Detection

  • IRM4 - DDoS

  • IRM5 - Malicious Network Behavior

  • IRM6 - Website Defacement

  • IRM7 - Windows malware detection

  • IRM8 - Blackmail

  • IRM9 - Smartphone Malware

  • IRM10 - Social Engineering

  • IRM11 - Information Leakage

  • IRM12 - Insider Abuse

  • IRM13 - Phishing

  • IRM14 - Scam

  • IRM15 - Ransomware

  • Lessons learned by working in a SOC

  • A list of open source tools to use

  • 6.3 ATP Incident Response

  • Today Challenges

  • Target and Distribution

  • Attack Methods

  • Infection Vectors

  • Targeted attacks against FIs

  • Mobile Platform & Email Scams

  • Takedowns and Conclusions

  • Past 3 decades of malware (part 1)

  • Past 3 decades of malware (part 2)

  • The architecture of financial malware

  • Zeus

  • Zeus GameOver

  • SpyEye

  • IceIX

  • Citadel

  • Carberp

  • Shylock

  • Bugat

  • Dyre

  • Dridex

  • Shifu

  • Tinba

  • Why Fraud Risk Engines Fail

  • How to bypass 2FA

  • Fraud Prevention Technology

  • Compliance and Legal issues

  • Customer Impact

  • Selecting the Right Cybercrime solution

  • Malware Detection

  • Malware Detection (advanced)

  • Malware Detection - how technology can help

  • Criminal Detection & Account Takeover

  • Account Takeover - Product Architecture

  • What about mobile banking

  • Simple Lab setup

  • XSRF attack

  • Compromising Public server

  • Break-In_Compromising the victim computer

  • Other Web Application Attack Example

  • Locky Ransomware

  • Gathering Info & Exfiltrate

  • Final thoughts and other documents

Learners who have already enrolled in this course

Meet your instructor

Roland Costea
Roland CosteaCybersecurity & Privacy Leader
CyberSecurity + Privacy Leader & Strategist with demonstrated experience in Leading Cybersecurity & Privacy Business Units, practices, divisions from zero to maturity with year over year quality growth and quota over-achievement (projects of more > 100 million euro/year).